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Universal technological dictionary, or, Familiar explanation of the terms used in all arts and sciences, containing definitions drawn from the original writers, and illustrated by plates, epigrams, cuts, &c. (1833)

Author: Crabb, George, 1778-1851
Volume: 1
Subject: Technology; Industrial arts
Publisher: London : Printed for Baldwin and Cradock and J. Dowding
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Digitizing sponsor: National Library of Scotland
Book contributor: National Library of Scotland
Collection: gaelic; nationallibraryofscotland; europeanlibraries
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